At last...the best of Sunday night TV is back. It's the legendary TV show popular with audiences for 29 years. The longest running prime-time series in television history (1954-1983). The winner of numerous awards, including seven Emmys. It's The Wonderful World of Disney. Now on video for your entire family to enjoy any night of the week.
You'll enjoy these two popular episodes starring everybody's favorite professor, Ludwig von Drake:
MUSIC FOR EVERYBODY
FLY WITH VON DRAKE
Music for Everybody:
Direct from Von Drake Bowl, Maestro von Drake takes a turn as a "ballerino" (which proves to be tutu funny for words); performs a tearful aria (grand opera becomes "grand uproar"); and does a webfooted Charleston that'll quack you up—all in the name of music. Scenes from the classic Sleeping Beauty, with its lovely score by Tchaikovsky, highlight the tuneful show, which also includes the musical talents of Nelson Eddy, Benny Goodman and Dinah Shore.
Fly with Von Drake:
Take to the skies with "Wings" von Drake's historically accurate (and hysterically funny) lecture on the birth of man-in-flight. Using clever animation and vintage film segments, we begin with flights of fancy (Icarus and his wings of wax, magic carpets, etc.); witness the high-flying inventions of many cultures; glide through the clouds in hot air balloons and airplanes; and finally take the ultimate journey on a rocket ship to the moon—and beyond!
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